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Content posted in May 2008
Paris-to-Beijing Run to Spawn Bio-Realistic 3-D Foot Model
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5/29/2008  Post a comment
Virtual-reality professor takes off on a 6,000-mile ultra-marathon to help create a bio-realistic 3-D model of a human foot
Siemens Launches NX, Velocity Series Upgrades
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5/27/2008  Post a comment
New versions are the first to feature synchronous technology, along with a smorgasbord of other usability and productivity enhancements
SIMULIA Debuts Abaqus Crash Test Model
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FEA-based BioRID II model evaluates safety around rear-end collisions
Engineering for Safety
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Bridges Expand for Bikes, Pedestrians
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5/14/2008  Post a comment
Modular aluminum bridges can be added to existing structures
Pop-up Camper Trims Weight, Adds Versatility
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Sylvan’s pop-up employs extruded aluminum parts to keep weight down without adding complexity
Cleaner Diesels Head Off-Road
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With off-road diesel engines facing stricter emissions standards, they're starting to look more like their on-highway counterparts
Designing Custom Implants More Efficiently
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Virtual touch, electronic 3D approvals speed the process
A Lament for Engineers
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The driving force behind our nation's innovative achievements
Safeguarding Reliability in Implants, Medical Equipment
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Medical device manufacturers are working hard to secure their products
Nanotech Wages War on Infections
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SilvaGard helps prevent hospital-acquired illness
Military Beams Over New Non-Lethal Ray Gun
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Heads to Iraq this summer
Medical's 'Mini' Revolution
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From microscopic devices to new minimally invasive procedures, less is more when it comes to medical technology
Anatomy of the Delayed 787 Schedule
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787 Program Manager Pat Shanahan left no doubt the biggest cause of the delay is relying on partners to build key components of the airplane
Suppliers Bring Data Logging to Drag Racing
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Black boxes boost drag racing performance
NXP Rolls Out FlexRay-Compliant Transceiver
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5/12/2008  Post a comment
Transceiver will be interoperable with other FlexRay products
Phoenix Mars Lander Probes for Signs of Life
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5/12/2008  Post a comment
We'll soon know if there's life on Mars as the Phoenix Mars Lander conducts unique scientific experiments over the next several months
Freescale Rolls out Dual-Core DSPs
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5/8/2008  Post a comment
Devices target car infotainment, DVD players and pro audio equipment
Aras Debuts Second Generation Open-Source PLM
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Innovator Version 9's model-based SOA provides greater flexibility for global collaboration
Automotive Climate Control System Cuts Fuel Costs
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5/1/2008  Post a comment
Comfort equation benefits occupants and design engineers




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